Huge blow for Cork traders as fire closes Douglas Village until the summer of 2020
Blaze was caused by a parked vehicle in the shopping centre’s car park two weeks ago
Retailers in Cork have been dealt a blow as it was confirmed yesterday that the Douglas Village Shopping Centre will not reopen until next year, following a fire in the car park two weeks ago.
Operators including Tesco, Marks & Spencer, and TK Maxx will be affected along with about 50 other retailers and a Bank of Ireland branch.
A statement from the shopping centre owner said yesterday that it would be the summer of 2020...
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